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May 10, 2014

Cherokee County arrests: April 29 - May 5

CHEROKEE COUNTY — The Daily Progress will publish a list of arrests from the Cherokee County Sheriff's Office on a weekly basis.

April 29 – May 5:

Elisabet Alaniz, 24, Rusk, displaying an expired license plates, driving while license invalid and speeding;

Aundra Lamar Alexander, 35, Jacksonville, possession of a controlled substance;

Justin Travion Alexander, 23, Jacksonville, criminal trespass;

Andres Alvarado, 20, Jacksonville, driving while intoxicated;

Jose Ivan Alvarado, 18, Jacksonville, warrants for two counts of burglary of a habitation;

Haden Atkins, 19, Conroe, possession of a dangerous drug, possession of marijuana, no driver's license and possession of drug paraphernalia;

Lenard Atkins, 27, Jacksonville, no driver's license and no turn signal;

Flavio Antonio Balderas, 19, Jacksonville, burglary of a habitation;

Lajoy Racquel Bowens, 25, Jacksonville, forgery;

Jerson Paday Calderon, 19, Jacksonville, interference with an emergency call and assault/family violence;

David Wayne Clough, 39, Alto, possession of a dangerous drug;

Leresha Conner, 22, Jacksonville, no driver's license and no financial responsibility;

Steven Paul Coslett, 20, Jacksonville, possession of marijuana and warrant for a probation violation;

Timothy Colt Denny, 22, Cushing, driving while intoxicated;

Daniel Alexander Duran, 19, Rusk, failure to report striking a fixture, leaving the scene of an accident and disregarding a stop sign;

Sarah Lynn Jacobs Edwards, 23, Jacksonville, possession of a controlled substance;

Tevin Antonio Garland, 21, Jacksonville, motion to revoke for possession of marijuana;

Jamie Dan Garrett, 29, Jacksonville, burglary of a building, warrant for public intoxication and warrant for violating a promise to appear;

Brian David Goldman, 30, Jacksonville, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia;

Demetrius Harrington, 36, Garner, North Carolina, sex offenders duty to register;

Reginald Dashawn Hollie II, 19, Waco, evading arrest/detention with a vehicle;

Kendra Nicole Hooper, 26, Rusk, theft of property;

Joshua Duane Hudnall, 25, Rusk, possession of a controlled substance;

Gary Shenoris Johnson, 53, Jacksonville, criminal trespass;

Rita Darlene Johnson, 30, Jacksonville, two counts of possession of a controlled substance and possession of marijuana;

Bryan David King, 33, Palestine, assault/family violence;

Kristin Kay Loya, 20, Jacksonville, assault;

Zachary Mallon, 22, Zavalla, assault/family violence;

Floyd Edward Marshall Jr., 29, Jacksonville, driving while license invalid with a previous conviction/suspension;

Amber Mason, 34, Jacksonville, theft of service;

Shalyni Janise Mathews, 22, Whitehouse, possession of marijuana;

Larry Donnell Medford Jr., 38, Jacksonville, theft;

Donald James Morgan, 36, Owasso, Oklahoma, displaying a fictitious motor vehicle registration, expired license plate, failure to maintain financial responsibility and no driver's license;

Joel Angel Ramirez, 19, Jacksonville, possession of marijuana;

Derrick Deshaun Reed, 31, Jacksonville, driving while license suspended with a previous conviction/suspension;

Carol Blalock Reynolds, 55, Lufkin, organized retail theft;

Colby Ryan Rhodes, 26, Alba, driving while intoxicated;

Tarin Jacob Richardson, 22, Jacksonville, parole warrant;

James Edwin Robinson, 56, Fairfield, intoxication assault with a vehicle;

Ramiro Rubio-Barcenas, 24, Jacksonville, assault/family violence;

JeremyJerome Shedd, 27, Jacksonville, burglary of a building and evading arrest/detention;

Robin Laprarie Sketoe, 42, Homer, La., two counts of possession of a controlled substance, driving while intoxicated with a child, possession of marijuana;

Cynetta Smith-Jordan, 27, Teague, warrant for possession of a controlled substance;

Nathianial Rian Soldevila, 21, Rusk, possession of a controlled substance;

Dominque Southerland, 21, Henderson, public intoxication;

Chierra Renee Stahl, 42, Alto, motion to revoke warrant for driving while intoxicated;

Victor Alonzo Texcucano, 25, Jacksonville, driving while intoxicated;

Joshua Torres, 19, Bullard, assault/family violence;

Jonathan David Waggoner, 35, Rusk, unauthorized use of a vehicle; and

Kevin Ryan Wylie, 23, Bullard, criminal mischief.

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